Avar–Andic languages

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Avar–Andic
Geographic
distribution:
Dagestan
Linguistic classification: Northeast Caucasian
  • Avar–Andic
Subdivisions:
Glottolog: None

  Avar–Andic

The Avar–Andic languages form one of the seven main branches of Northeast Caucasian language family. It branches into the Andic languages and the Avar language; the latter, with 800,000 speakers, serves as a literary language for 60,000 speakers of the Andic branch as well as for speakers of the related Tsezic (Didoic) languages.

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